Jessica Hines will be here for an artist talk on the 10th July 7pm

American photographer Jessica Hines will be in Studio Bizio for an artist talk about her work on the evening of the 10th of July.

 

"Jessica Hines’ project “My Brother’s War” (2007–16) is the artist’s sensitive attempt to reconcile and artistically reconnect with her brother, who committed suicide 10 years after his return from Vietnam. Using his letters and “souvenir” photos from the 1960s, Hines went to Vietnam to retrace her brother’s steps. She has combined his now-vintage photos with imagery from her trip and snippets of his letters to create a visual narrative that weaves their two stories together. Many of the photos have the slightly “blasted” look of overexposed Kodachrome, and often the light is deliberately a bit too harsh, the color a little off-kilter. But the imagery is delicately constructed — echoing, perhaps, the elusive nature of memory. As part of the gallery’s ongoing public art installation along Market and Van Ness Streets, the curators have used these images to create 36 posters for outdoor public display on kiosks  Printed large, they look like an almost psychedelic journey."
  Peace and Grief in the Art of US Veterans
 Hyperallergic - Melissa Stern February 13, 2017